Student Magazines & Publications
Written and Edited by Students
Articulāte is published in the spring semester of each academic year and features student essays of literary and cultural criticism. Since 1996, Articulāte has published works of almost 90 Denison students who have written 106 essays on a variety of literary and cultural topics. Some essays reexamine the classical works of William Shakespeare, others attempt to shed light on the life and thoughts of Emily Dickinson, and still others discuss more recent works, such as a video from MTV or Don Bluth’s All Dogs Go to Heaven. Essays are selected for publication by a student Editorial Board under the leadershiop of a Junior and Senior Editor, as well as a faculty advisor. As a special feature, Articulāte publishes each year’s winner of the Robert T. Wilson Award for Scholarly Writing.
Exile: Denison University's Literary and Art Magazine
Exile is a student literary journal that provides an opportunity for future poets, fiction, and non-fiction writers to publish their creative work in an undergraduate forum. For some students, Exile represents their only chance at publication, their only chance to have an audience. For others, Exile represents the beginning of their writing career.
Prologue is an annual journal of academic essays created to showcase first-year writing at Denison. The journal provides many of these students with the opportunity to have their works published for the first time. The selection process begins with many first-year students submitting their essays anonymously during the spring semester. Next, the editorial board carefully reviews the collection of pieces submitted and selects ten pieces for publication. Then each of the ten current Writing Center consultants review one of the selected essays and write a commentary to accompany the piece. These commentaries highlight the strengths of each essay.
The Senior Creative Writing Anthology